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Little Louis' Oyster Bar

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Little Louis' Oyster Bar Review

In an unlikely location on a predominantly industrial street, this restaurant is a real find, so don't be deterred by the unpromising exterior. Oysters are, of course, a highlight here, but there is much more to Chef Pierre Richard's Modern French menu, with complex but perfectly balanced creations based on beef, lamb, and poultry, in addition to seafood. There's also a daily tasting menu with or without wine pairings. Desserts to leave you speechless include crème brûlée with a basket of fruit and ice-wine pearls, and a much heralded mini-meringue pie with maple. A first-rate wine list and impeccable service complete the experience.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch.
Updated: 11-15-2013

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    4 diamond restaurant excellence

    This restaurant casually displays many awards for years. I'm not sure for how many years however they are located on the back wall. They were wine spectator, 4 diamond, 100 top restaurant in Canada to name a few I saw. To tell you about my personal experience. It is located on the second floor of a blue industrial looking building which I found bizzare however upon the elevator opening to the time I left, I had a life experience not to be compared to any other restaurant and unique the same. I have the chef feature. A unique blend of local lamb, vegetables and seasonings from around the globe. The dinner was served by a very diligent and educated server. I believe his name is Useff. There was live music on the baby grand piano. The atmosphere service and food.one word amazing. Thanks little louis

    by Johnnybravo, 6/6/13

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